Lorn is a beautiful quaint leafy suburb where trees line the wide streets and pathways, which in Spring showcase a spectacular display of Jacarandas in full bloom, that colour the streets.

Lorn sits on the northern side of the Hunter River and houses some superb residential architecture ranging from bungalow style cottages to late Victorian and Federation brick. Admire the architecture and appreciate the quiet, relaxed atmosphere by going on a leisurely heritage walk.

The shopping and dining precinct of Lorn features some exquisite and convenient options all in one location. The newly arrived Muse Kitchen, offering rustic European bistro fare will certainly give you something to talk about, Royal Spoon offering authentic Indian flavours, and locals long time favourite, Icky Sticky Patisserie. Leisurely spend your afternoon enjoying a game of barefoot bowls and in Spring take advantage of the delightful smell of freshly cut roses and take yourself home a bouquet or two from the Lorn Rose farm gate. 

Locals guide to Lorn

  • You’ll find the most irresistible displays of decadent sweet treats imaginable at Icky Sticky Patisserie.
  • Indulge your taste buds at Lorn’s newest restaurant Muse Kitchen, sister restaurant to the award winning Hunter Valley Muse Kitchen.
  • Lorn Riverbank is the perfect spot to launch a kayak or SUP to explore the Hunter River.

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